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Username Post: Fuel tank sender strainer fell off. Now what?        (Topic#357560)
Eth727 
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Eth727
Loc: San Diego
Reg: 04-17-19
08-07-19 03:07 PM - Post#2772644    

So I went to put in a brand new fuel tank sender. When I went to pull the old one out the fuel strainer fell off in the tank. I just went ahead and put the new sender. Now what should I do?Just leave it in there? Am I going to have problems later?
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TYTILIDIE 
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TYTILIDIE
Age: 43
Loc: Colorado Springs
Reg: 10-21-15
08-07-19 06:09 PM - Post#2772654    
    In response to Eth727

You'll be just fine. I opened a tank up once on a Typhoon and found 3. I was in the tank to install duel in-tank fuel pump set up, truck was running great. The customer said they owned the truck 5 years and they didn't replace the pump.

1959 Biscayne with Impala Moldings, 5.3l LS Swap, 4l60e trans, factory PCM
1992 GMC Typhoon - Bowtie block and heads, forged everything, PTE76mm Turbo, 4L80E, Stock PCM's

"You'll never get anywhere if you keep starting over".

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